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    How to remove the transmission input shaft bearing?

    I need to replace the input shaft bearing on a new transmission I got for my d50 before I install it. Only problem, is I can't figure out how. I removed both snap rings, but it still won't come of if the shaft. Do I need a puller, or is it pressed on the shaft? It is the km145 that came behind the 2.6 in the 4x4 application. Thanks

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    Im pretty sure its pressed in and you need a npuller, thats how my grandfather did one of my trannies when i got my first truck.
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    It will require a puller to remove the bearing and a sleeve or length of pipe to reinstall the new bearing. Shouldn't be to hard to do.
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